Chelsea news: Olivier Giroud’s future, Barcelona’s move for Willian and a transfer message

It is transfer deadline day, which means clubs have a matter of hours to conclude their transfer business for another six-months.

Frank Lampard has been keen to add to his squad over the month, with a striker a priority in order to take the burden off of Tammy Abraham’s shoulders.

However, the Blues are yet to complete a deal in the window, much to the frustration of the Chelsea boss.

With Chelsea travelling to Leicester in the early kick off on Saturday, will there be any new faces in the squad for the game?

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Here is the latest news from Stamford Bridge.

Olivier Giroud latest

Olivier Giroud’s future at Stamford Bridge is uncertain, with the Blues on the lookout for another striker in the final day of the transfer window.

Inter Milan looked to be the most likely destination for the Frenchman, but a deal seems to have gone quiet, with the Italian team reportedly concerned about the size of their squad.

That delay has caused interest from other Premier League sides such as Tottenham Hotspur and Newcastle United.

So is this Giroud’s last day as a Chelsea player?

Find out here.

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Barcelona to move for Willian

Barcelona are reportedly again interested in taking Willian to the Nou Camp ahead of the January transfer window open.

The Brazilian is out of contract at Stamford Bridge in the summer with talks over a new deal stalling.

The latest report claims that Barcelona are willing to pay £20 million for the Chelsea man.

See the latest here.

Chelsea sent clear transfer message

Former England manager Glenn Hoddle has said that Chelsea can challenge for the title in the next two years should they bring in the right players during the transfer windows.

Liverpool and Manchester City have been the dominant forces in the league for the past two seasons, but Hoddle believes that the Blues can…